112 results for Grace-Baptist-Church in Jamaica
 
 

Bethel Baptist Church Pharmacy was founded on November 11, 1954 with a group of 15 young, fervent Christians. Bethel Baptist Church Pharmacy has been fortunate to have a rich history over the past 50 years. Bethel Baptist Church Pharmacy provides Music, Men's Brotherhood, Youth Related, Healing, Sunday school, Social Work, Mission & Evangelism, Women's Federation, Communications, House Prayer Fellowship, Bethel Lay Institute (BLI) and HIV/AIDS Outreach. Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Hi-Lo Food Stores was first incorporated in Jamaica in 1954. However, it was not until 1984 that the chain of stores was acquired by Grace Kennedy Limited. Today, Hi-Lo Food S tores is a operating as a division of the G-K Foods & Services Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grace Kennedy Ltd.

Hi-Lo has evolved as one of the leading supermarkets in Jamaica, offering a wide range of grocery and non -grocery items at competitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. With its competent and dedicated group of employees, Hi-Lo is focused on creating long lasting relationships with our customers through our FS5 commitment to Fresh Stores, Fast Service, Frequent Savings, Full Shelves, and Friendly Smiles. This philosophy is facilitated through our entire locations island wide.

Selected locations across the island also offer services to suit your needs including:

Our locations offer a wide range of grocery and non-grocery items at co mpetitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. Selected locations are open seven days per week and some public holidays for the shopping convenience of our customers.

At Hi-Lo Food Stores we live our tag line, “Making Life Easier”
(Head Office) 13 Old Hope Road
Kingston, Jamaica
(876) 926-6172
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In the year 1923 during the General Assembly of the Church of God, in Cleveland Tennessee, USA, George F Walter was appointed as missionary to Jamaica
although information regarding the arrival of Walter is unclear, he was the first missionary officially appointed to Jamaica by the church. Notwithstanding the uncertainty of Walter’s arrival in 1923, the work of the church was already operating in the Island prior to arrival of J.L. Kinder in 1931.This is evidenced in the fact that R.C. Smith was converted during an evangelist service in Kingston where Mrs. Nina Stapleton, a missionary from the Church of God over which A/J. Tomlinson was the overseer, was the preacher. Shortly after his conversion in 1921, at the age of 18, Smith began to answer the call of God to preach the message of salvation in a remote area of Clarendon, called Main Ridge.

The Jamaican church is strong, and has produced many stalwarts who have served in the highest echelon of the church, locally, in the Caribbean and Internationally.

The Church of God of Prophecy, Jamaica is marching forward in Prayer, Leadership Development, the Harvest and Stewardship, only by the grace of God and all for His glory.
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Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Hi-Lo Food Stores was first incorporated in Jamaica in 1954. However, it was not until 1984 that the chain of stores was acquired by Grace Kennedy Limited. Today, Hi-Lo Food S tores is a operating as a division of the G-K Foods & Services Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grace Kennedy Ltd.

Hi-Lo has evolved as one of the leading supermarkets in Jamaica, offering a wide range of grocery and non -grocery items at competitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. With its competent and dedicated group of employees, Hi-Lo is focused on creating long lasting relationships with our customers through our FS5 commitment to Fresh Stores, Fast Service, Frequent Savings, Full Shelves, and Friendly Smiles. This philosophy is facilitated through our entire locations island wide.

Selected locations across the island also offer services to suit your needs including:

Our locations offer a wide range of grocery and non-grocery items at co mpetitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. Selected locations are open seven days per week and some public holidays for the shopping convenience of our customers.

At Hi-Lo Food Stores we live our tag line, “Making Life Easier”
(Head Office) 13 Old Hope Road
Kingston, Jamaica
(876) 926-6172
Read more......Read less

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Hi-Lo Food Stores was first incorporated in Jamaica in 1954. However, it was not until 1984 that the chain of stores was acquired by Grace Kennedy Limited. Today, Hi-Lo Food S tores is a operating as a division of the G-K Foods & Services Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grace Kennedy Ltd.

Hi-Lo has evolved as one of the leading supermarkets in Jamaica, offering a wide range of grocery and non -grocery items at competitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. With its competent and dedicated group of employees, Hi-Lo is focused on creating long lasting relationships with our customers through our FS5 commitment to Fresh Stores, Fast Service, Frequent Savings, Full Shelves, and Friendly Smiles. This philosophy is facilitated through our entire locations island wide.

Selected locations across the island also offer services to suit your needs including:

Our locations offer a wide range of grocery and non-grocery items at co mpetitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. Selected locations are open seven days per week and some public holidays for the shopping convenience of our customers.

At Hi-Lo Food Stores we live our tag line, “Making Life Easier”
(Head Office) 13 Old Hope Road
Kingston, Jamaica
(876) 926-6172
Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Baptist Union Ja The established in 1843, the "Calabar Theological College" for the training of Ministers for the local ministry and also as missionaries to Africa and the Car ibbean. The JBU has 322 Churches across the island, 118 ministers and approximately 40,000 communicant members. Read more......Read less

 
 

Working since 1975, Caribbean Christian Publications is an agency of the Caribbean Baptist Fellowship.

We produce Christian literature in English for Baptist and other evangelical churches in the region. You can be comfortable with our wide variety of materials including Sunday school books, pictures, tracts, music, Bible Teaching resources and more. We pride ourselves on the strong doctrinal foundation of our materials as they relate to the moral and social issues in the Caribbean.

Caribbean Christian Publications provides culturally appropriate evangelical Bible and church related materials and resources to English language churches of the Caribbean Basin.

Stop trying to plan Bible-related lessons on your own. Avoid the culturally irrelevant materials from other countries and support your Caribbean family. See our Publications Page for a full listing of our materials. Be sure to check out our popular Caribbean Bible Lessons and Resource Packet for use in Sunday S chools.
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Hi-Lo Food Stores was first incorporated in Jamaica in 1954. However, it was not until 1984 that the chain of stores was acquired by Grace Kennedy Limited. Today, Hi-Lo Food S tores is a operating as a division of the G-K Foods & Services Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grace Kennedy Ltd.

Hi-Lo has evolved as one of the leading supermarkets in Jamaica, offering a wide range of grocery and non -grocery items at competitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. With its competent and dedicated group of employees, Hi-Lo is focused on creating long lasting relationships with our customers through our FS5 commitment to Fresh Stores, Fast Service, Frequent Savings, Full Shelves, and Friendly Smiles. This philosophy is facilitated through our entire locations island wide.

Selected locations across the island also offer services to suit your needs including:

Our locations offer a wide range of grocery and non-grocery items at co mpetitive prices and a shopping experience that exceeds the expectations of our customers. Selected locations are open seven days per week and some public holidays for the shopping convenience of our customers.

At Hi-Lo Food Stores we live our tag line, “Making Life Easier”
(Head Office) 13 Old Hope Road
Kingston, Jamaica
(876) 926-6172
Read more......Read less

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